Current Teaching: Complex Abelian Varieties and Elliptic Curves
I am currently reprising the graduate-level course mentioned under Past Courses Taught, now called Complex Abelian Varieties and Elliptic Curves. We meet every Friday morning from 10 to 12. The abstract for the course is as follows:
We will present the theory of complex abelian varieties as given by Mumford and Rosen, with a particular emphasis on complex elliptic curves. We will then give an introduction to the arithmetic of elliptic curves. At the end of the course, each student will be required to present a talk on an extra topic related to the course material.
Here are the notes that I've given in lectures so far.